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RANCOURT & Co. Shoes - Made in Maine

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by whatever123, Sep 2, 2010.

  1. FrankCowperwood

    FrankCowperwood Senior member

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    Green shell Ranger Mocs on the putting green.

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  3. FrankCowperwood

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    Thank you sir. I like the shoes a lot and thought the photo was fun.
     


  4. PhiPsi32

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    The denim looks great too . . .
     


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    Wearing my Rancourt green CXL beefrolls. Waiting for my test fit shoes to arrive from Rancourt today. I ordered these in an 8.5D, but now after wearing them for a bit I feel like I could have gone with an 8D. I want to order a pair of shell beefrolls in carmel, but I want to really nail down the fit first. I have a couple shoes from Rancourt on my want list...
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    Really like the shell ranger mocs. I think the color8 might be in my future. Or maybe espresso.
     


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    These are getting a lot of use lately

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  8. FrankCowperwood

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    Tellason purchased at Unionmade's LA outpost.


    Rancourt's #8 is really nice. Either one is a great choice for a Ranger moc.


    And speaking of espresso shell..., right? Are these unlined? Can't remember from when you first posted. Looking good.
     


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    Thanks, Frank. Yes they are espresso shell and unlined. I must also say that the Montello mini-lug is a really underated sole option. It is stitched in and very low profile (like the Alden commando sole).
     


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    Denim is Baldwin 12 oz. Kaihara. It is really lightweight and comfortable for a Japanese denim
     


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    I can see why they get a lot of use. Any chance you could post a couple pics of these for a noobie? I'm pretty sure I went thru this entire thread and didn't come across those.
     


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    I have posted quite a few picutres in this thread. If you just read the last 10 pages or so you will see them
     


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    Thanks! I'll take a look.
     




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